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For the Record

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As you prepare to travel, do you ever stop to worry about the problems your beneficiaries would face if something bad should happen to you? Would they know whom to notify? What your holdings are? Where the records are kept? Is all this information written out for them, and do they know where they can find it? Are you sure?

Keeping such records is not a small task and requires updating from time to time. Many people figure that nothing sudden will happen, and if it should, the family knows where everything is. Maybe. If you would rather be sure, the Nolo Press program For the Record 2.0 will make the task a great deal easier and probably remind you of many items you might have overlooked.

The program is entirely menu driven, and the main menu lists 27 categories, ranging from emergency information through sources of income, securities, real estate, insurance, tax records, credit cards, personal documents, and personal information to grim matters such as funeral arrangements and will and estate matters. Each of these categories has subcategories, with 225 subcategories in all, which gives you some idea of the depth of the program.

  — Charles Idol, Compute! (August 1991)


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